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I've been getting sharp quick head pains that last a few seconds.....Two days in a row...Also like a dull pain sometimes after in the area..Also my ears kinda been popping all the time....My neck and back hurt. I don't know exactly what it can be. It seems like it could be stress related but not sure any one have any clue or advice?
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replied July 10th, 2005
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I used to get those alot, theyre from stress
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replied August 25th, 2005
Head Pain
I get those all the time. I am always freaking out that I am having an anyuerism or brian tumor. My dr says it is all stress related. I am still going to have an mri hopefully for some peace of mind.
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replied December 7th, 2005
Sharp Head Pains
Hi i'm only 19 but keep getting these really sharp pains in my head usually to the one side I get them everyday for almost two weeks and they last a few seconds, i'e been under stress latly and been to the dotors and optictions who all say they don't think it's anything to worry about,and more then likly stress related but im making myself sick with worry will they go away? I feel like i'm going nuts.
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replied January 17th, 2012
ive been getting the same thing.. im 21 and i keep getting dull sharp pains on my head, they happen quite a few times a day, usualy when im standing up, and sometimes its followed by dizziness
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